Panagiota Kotzamani is a former postdoctoral scholar at the Centre for Law, Sustainability & Justice. Her research at CLS&J focused on the obligations of corporations for human rights violations and environmental abuses in international law.
She is interested in the origins and nature of international obligations for corporations as non-state actors and the international responsibility of multinational corporations for the unlawful conduct of their subsidiaries and their supply chain corporations. She explores issues of due diligence and control in international law as well as institutional responses to corporate violations.LinkedIn profile
Mahatab Uddin is a project researcher and a former postdoctoral scholar at the Centre for Law, Sustainability & Justice. His research project at CLS&J concerned (a) international law and globalization of renewable energy technologies and (b) the role of law in facilitating deployment of climate-smart digital technologies in aquaculture.
His overall research interests, contributions and publications cover the arena of public international law, international environmental law, intellectual property law, arctic governance, marine environment, artificial intelligence, rule of law, traditional knowledge, climate change and sustainable development.Google Scholar
Leonard Feld is a former postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Law, Sustainability & Justice. His research project at CLS&J examined EU law on sustainable finance, in particular the EU Taxonomy Regulation, in view of the EU’s action on climate change.
His general area of expertise is international and EU economic law. He is specifically interested in international frameworks on responsible business conduct and business regulation on corporate sustainability and human rights due diligence.LinkedIn profile